Igboho Breaks Silence Over Attempted Arrest, Tells FG To Go After Gumi, Shekau & Bandits
By TimzyNewzReportz | self meida writer
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Today is Friday being the 26th of February 2021 and one of the news headlines for today discloses that a controversial Yoruba activist, SundayIgboho has recently broken silence in regard to attempted arrest by Department of State Services (DSS) officers.
According to the report from a verified news source, 'Sahara Reporters' stated that Sunday Igboho has told the Government to go after Gumi, Shekau and Bandits before disturbing him.
Here Is The Screenshot Of Post Made By 'Sahara Reporters';
His statement was made hours after DSS officers allegedly tried to arrest him along Lagos Ibadan Expressway. An early report discloses that Sunday and some of his followers resisted some policemen who tried to arrest Igboho. However, a Spokesperson in Abuja, Dr Peter who speaks on behalf of DSS has claimed that there wasn't an attempt to arrest Sunday Igboho, he therefore tagged the spreading report as fake and misleading.
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